Confessions of an Innocent Man
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Confessions of an Innocent Man
Academy Award-nominated filmmaker David Paperny tells the remarkable tale of Canadian ex-patriot William Sampson, who was working in Saudi Arabia when he was arrested, tortured, and sentenced to death for a car bombing he didn't commit. Arrested on suspicions of terrorism and tortured into confessing by the Saudi Arabian authorities, Sampson was only able to maintain his sanity by convincing his captors that he was completely mad. In addition to rejecting Canadian envoys and even his own father, Sampson refused to be clothed, repeatedly destroyed his cell, and covered both himself and his… More